faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Top of the News Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Mario Gutierrez, Bob’s Regional Delivery Manager; Maureen Girouard, Director Development and External Affairs at Professional Child Development Associates, Inc.; Anthony Laner, LA Galaxy Account Executive, Partnership ActivationBob’s Discount Furniture partnered with the LA Galaxy Foundation (LAGF) to refurnish three rooms in the Professional Child Development Associates Center (PCDA), a non-profit whose focus is on child development serving children from birth to 21 years of age, and their families, when there is a concern regarding development or behavior.As part of this partnership, Bob’s donated over $8,000 worth of furniture to PCDA Center. Last week Bob’s Bradford Jamieson, LA Galaxy forward, and Cozmo, the LA Galaxy mascot surprised members at the PDCA Center revealing the three newly furnished rooms.Bradford Jamieson IV, LA Galaxy forward; Cozmo, LA Galaxy mascot; Tyronne Lindsey, Bob’s Discount Furniture Mid-City store manager; and patients of PCDA CenterAs part of its donation delivery, Bob’s Discount Furniture has provided the PDCA Center with their quality furniture collections of Gracie Sofas, Dakota Sofas and Accent Chairs, Reece Blue Accent Chairs, Zucchini Accent Chairs, Bali End Tables, Houdini II Coffee Table Sets, Sanctuary Dining Set with Slat Chairs, Summit Dining Set with Storage Bench, Austin Dresser and Montana Chairside Table.About Bob’s Discount FurnitureBob’s Discount Furniture provides a wide variety of quality furnishings – including living room furniture, bedroom furniture, dining room furniture, office furniture and home accents – at everyday low prices. The stores also offer a unique and enjoyable shopping experience featuring free Cafés in each store with gourmet coffee, ice cream, cookies and candy. Since 1991, Bob’s has built strong customer loyalty by offering the highest-value home furnishings at the lowest possible prices. Now, with 104 furniture stores located throughout New England, California, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin, the Manchester, Connecticut-based company has become the 12th-largest U.S. furniture chain and proudly holds an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. Bob’s is committed to supporting communities where its stores are located through a variety of charitable giving efforts. The Bob’s Discount Furniture Public Relations and Outreach program was created to help schools and children-related charities. The company donates more than $2.75 million to charities each year. This is done along with the Bob’s Discount Furniture Charitable Foundation which has anchored the company’s philanthropic work for more than 20 years. For more information on Bob’s charitable programs, visit http://www.bobscares.org/, follow us on Twitter and Instagram @MyBobs, and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/MyBobs.About the LA Galaxy FoundationThe LA Galaxy are an American professional soccer club, based in Los Angeles that competes in Major League Soccer (MLS). It is the league’s most-decorated club, having won the MLS Cup a record five times (2002, 2005, 2011, 2012, 2014) – the MLS Supporters’ Shield four times (1998, 2002, 2010, 2011,) and the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup twice (2001, 2005), and is one of just two MLS teams to win the CONCACAF Champions’ Cup (2000). Herbeauty5 Things To Avoid If You Want To Have Whiter TeethHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Of The Most Notorious Female Spies In HistoryHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyWant To Seriously Cut On Sugar? 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When they say “the music never stopped,” they really mean it. Live for Live Music is proud to present an exciting Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe performance, coming in hot on the heels of the Grateful ensemble Dead & Company after their performance at Folsom Field on July 3rd. KDTU will hit the Boulder Theater in Boulder, CO, just a short distance away from the Dead & Co show. Denson has seen continued career growth in recent years, most notably when he was called into action on tour with the Rolling Stones. 2016 has seen Denson busier than ever, working on new music with the esteemed Greyboy Allstars ensemble. However, it’s Tiny Universe that Denson is most at home, commanding his own band with a fiery passion. Whether its original music, Prince tributes, or more, there’s no shortage of good time grooves whenever the KDTU come to town!Denson is also no stranger to Grateful Dead late nights, as his band hosted an outrageous party in the wee hours of the morning after Fare Thee Well last summer in Chicago. Check out more about that show here.With the band set to pack their funky punches, don’t miss out! Tickets and more information about this exciting show can be found here.Show InfoKarl Denson’s Tiny UniverseBoulder Theater // Boulder, COJuly 3rd post-Dead & CompanyDoors @ 11 PM // Show @ 12 AM // 18+Tickets hereEnter to win a pair of tickets below!
One trampoline-related injury is reported per week at Margaret Mary Health.A recent IU School of Medicine survey found that home trampoline accidents accounted for nearly 289,000 emergency room visits nationwide for broken bones between 2002 and 2011.The number rises to more than 1 million visits when factoring in all accidents, not just fractures.Kathy Miley is a nurse practitioner in the emergency room at Margaret Mary Health. She also spends quite a bit of time traveling for work and says it is an issue she has seen firsthand.She said, “We are definitely seeing them. Not so much here in Batesville, but I see them a lot.”Miley estimated about one trampoline-related emergency room visit in Batesville per week and it is usually a broken bone, sprain or dislocation.“Usually if they fall on the trampoline it is going to be a fracture. Most of the time when they come in the ER and they have had a trampoline accident something is broke, either a wrist or a leg or something,” Miley said.She recalled a trampoline accident that had a tragic result. While working in Colorado Springs, Colorado, a juvenile got his head stuck between springs and fractured his neck and died.Most trampoline accidents occur when multiple people are jumping on the mat, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. Health officials advise only one child should be allowed on the trampoline at a given time, limiting kids from being tossed around.Some other tips offered include verifying the trampoline is on level ground, use a safety net, and institute adult supervision.The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons say trampoline use should be off limits to children younger than age 6.
He looked quite trim and fit till the end and told the media afterwards that he is ready to go. “l am here to show the coaches what I can do. I have trained very hard to be here and just want to play football,” he said with a smile.The Flying Eagles will take on Burundi in their first match of the 2017 Africa U-20 Cup of Nations qualifying series away in Bujumbura on the weekend of 20 -22 May.Presently, over 50 players are sweating it out twice daily as the battle for shirts intensifies.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram He strolled into the Serob Legacy Hotel camp of the Flying Eagles minutes before kick –off of the UEFA Champions League match between Real Madrid and his German club, VFL Wolfsburg on Tuesday night. He was very confident of his team winning, knowing that it held a 2-0 first leg advantage, but was disappointed to see Cristiano Ronaldo produce another of his magic to give the Les Merengues a 3-2 aggregate victory.FIFA U-17 World Cup record scorer, Victor Osimhen was really disappointed with the scoreline but he is more focused on the task ahead. After scoring 10 goals at the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Chile, Osimhen returns to familiar terrain with former team mates as the build up to the FIFA U-20 World Cup in South Korea begins in earnest.As early as 6.45am yesterday, Osimhen and team –mates were at the FIFA Goal Project pitch at the Package B of the National Stadium, Abuja for Day 7 of the Flying Eagles training.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Gabriela Knutson took 15 measured steps to the net where Stacey Fung was already waiting. Syracuse’s only NCAA singles tournament participant shook hands with Fung, bypassed the chair umpire and high-fived Shelley George softly — all for the last time. Syracuse’s stalwart for the last four years was eliminated. An unseeded Fung dominated Knutson from start to finish, cruising to a 6-2, 6-2 victory in the first round of the NCAA Women’s Tennis Singles Championship on Monday morning. Knutson lost her final four career matches, all in straight sets. She finished the year 16-11 in singles overall, the second fewest number of wins in her four years at SU.There were flashes throughout the first set of what the Czech senior has done all season at the first singles spot for Syracuse. Her flat groundstrokes matched with a deft touch at the net propelled her to as high as No. 13 in the ITA rankings. She had numerous ranked wins this year, including two against top-five opponents. Her backhand power was unmatched on Monday by Fung, and her forehands kept the Washington senior moving laterally until she no longer could chase down each ball.All too often, those moments were accompanied by unforced errors preventing Knutson from developing a steady rhythm. Her return game struggled as she sent forehand after forehand careening into the net, passed the baseline, or wide of the singles line. With Fung serving for the match, Knutson gifted three unforced errors for three match points. In all three rallies, Knutson was the aggressor and in control. But at crucial moments, like on a backhand approach shot, she couldn’t convert.Her body language, normally fiery, was muted. After a backhand winner, a loud “Come on” carried across the six courts at the USTA National Campus. It had come from two courts beside where Knutson was playing. Even after a forehand winner, Knutson gestured with her arms in front of her, speaking to herself instead of celebrating the point.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe final rally lasted just three shots. Knutson sent another forehand into the net, and in just over an hour, Fung ended the career of Syracuse’s first singles All-American since 1995. Knutson packed her bags and slung it over her right shoulder as she followed Fung off the court. Comments Published on May 20, 2019 at 12:36 pm Contact Arabdho: [email protected] | @aromajumder